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What elements should you include in your partnership agreement?

As was discussed in a previous post, disputes sometimes arise between business partners in Texas, and elsewhere. Perhaps one of the easiest ways for you to prevent these types of issues from affecting your business is to establish a solid partnership agreement. In order to ensure that your business is able to withstand the inevitable ups and downs of your relationship, there are certain elements, which you should ensure are included in your partnership agreement.

How can severance agreements help avoid employment litigation?

As an employer in Texas, or elsewhere, you may deem it necessary at some point to terminate a worker’s employment. Depending on the circumstances, however, this may prove difficult, and could result in costly litigation. In order to avoid a drawn out legal dispute, you may consider using a severance agreement.

How can you defend against a breach of contract claim?

As we have discussed in a previous post, breach of contract occurs when you, or another party, breaks a contract, or fails to fulfil any of the contract’s terms. At The Jackson Law Firm, we are often asked what to do if you have been accused of violating a contract in Texas. In this post then, we will discuss how to defend against breach of contract claims.

An overview of mechanic’s liens in the state of Texas

In the state of Texas, subcontractors, suppliers and others may have legal claims against property that they helped remodel or improve. These claims, or mechanic’s liens, allow certain workers to come after people, and their property, if they are not paid for their services or goods. This may help ensure that subcontractors and suppliers are not taken advantage of by general contractors, and others.

How are business executives compensated in Texas?

Many workers in Texas, and elsewhere, are paid hourly wages, while others receive annual salaries. As an executive, however, your compensation may be structured differently. In order to make sure you are paid fairly, it is important for you to understand common executive compensation options. If you are not compensated appropriately, it could result in a contract dispute.

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